Dr Angela Makolo

Dr Angela is the co-ordinator of the UI Bioinformatics group. She specializes in Computational Biology and Bioinformatics. Her research interest involves the development of efficient algorithms and Computational Methods for automated Genome Annotation which is critical to understanding and interpreting the bewildering mass of Genomic Sequence Data presently being generated by Molecular Biologists, with the view of improving the quality of life for Humanity. Angela is a collaborator with the NABDA Node of H3ABioNet (Human Health Hereditary in Africa Bioinformatics Network), An African Bioinformatics network for H3Africa Projects and also a volunteer with the H3ABioNet  Curriculum Development Committee.

Dr. Olufade Onifade

Dr. Olufade Onifade is currently a senior Lecturer at computer science department of the University of Ibadan. He is a product of co-supervised Ph.D. degree between University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Nigeria and Université Nancy 2, France leading to the award of Ph.D. in Computer Science and Science de L’Information et de la Communication. He is  recently serving as an academic representative to EMC2 – an international organization dedicated to the provision of Cloud Computing, Data Storage, IT Security & Big Data facilities across the globe employing real-time analytics as the use of, or the capacity to use, data and related resources as soon as the data is available. His research interest is on Information Retrieval, Biometrics, Pattern Recognition & Computer Vision with deep interest in the 4Vs (Volume, Velocity, Veracity and Variety) challenges of Big Data Analytics and Cloud Computing.

Prof SIB Cadmus

 Prof Cadmus is an expert in diagnostics and molecular epidemiology of tuberculosis

Dr. Andreas Gisel

Dr. Gisel is a Bioinformatics specialist with the Institute of Tropical Agriculture IITA, Ibadan. He was a Senior Bioinformatics Researcher at Institute of Biomedical Technologies, ITB-CNR, Bari, Italy. He works on general bioinformatics projects especially in sequence analysis of next generation sequencing data.

Smile Olubukola Temilola

Olubukola is currently a PhD student at the computer science department (Bioinformatics option). She is interested in the development and application of computational tools to the storage, query, annotation, and analysis of the functional elements in the African population genome.

Prof Raphael Isokpehi

He is a Professor at Bethune-Cookman University, Florida, United States. His areas of specializations are microbiology, bioinformatics and visual analytics. His primary research interest is on microbial stress response systems.


Olagunju Temitayo

Amodu Tobi

Okatahi Salihu

Ezekannagha Chisom

Ezekannagha Chisom

Nkemelu Daniel

Nkemelu Daniel

Adesanya Tosin

Adesanya Oluwatosin

Oghenekhowo Tega

Ademola Toyin

Ademola Toyin

Adegeye Mayowa